We sure did pick an interesting year to start photographing YITL sessions. This year’s set of clients are going to be missing two months of their year out of their yearbooks, but we’re doing our best to make up the time. Being back with these families has been such a light in the darkness that 2020 has had to offer, and I am forever grateful for my time with them. These are just of few of the highlights from their May sessions:
I am a wife and mama to two little miracles from Morgantown, West Virginia. I've had a passion for photography my entire life, but when I had my daughter three years ago, I felt a deep urge to capture her every move. Her tiny baby feet and hands were changing every day, and I wanted a way that I could hold on to those memories forever. Photography is a gift that I provide my family with. I want my children to have authentic documentation of their childhood. I, wholeheartedly, believe that photography is an heirloom. I am living my dream by getting to know other families and telling their story through a series of photographs. I love to learn about, and document, what you love about your family. Babies change fast. The beautiful chaos of life is something you'll want to remember the rest of your life. Helping other families provide an heirloom for their children is my life's mission.